ATLANTA -- The Brewers' Jean Segura felt lingering discomfort Tuesday in his strained left hamstring during a running drill, and manager Ron Roenicke said the second-year shortstop would not play until that sensation ceases.
"'Seggy' ran 80 percent today good, tried to push it farther and he felt it. Not that he felt it pull, but he felt it being tight," Roenicke said. "So he backed off, and we're not there yet. ... I was talking to the trainers and they want to make sure he's close to 100. Hopefully, we'll get there if not tomorrow then the next day. If he could play the last day or two, I'd be fine with that.
"I'd like him to go out there and go into the offseason knowing that he's fine. It's not that big a deal. If we can't get him out there, it's not that big a deal."
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